An unsuspecting, disenchanted man finds himself working as a spy in the dangerous, high-stakes world of corporate espionage. Quickly getting way over-his-head, he teams up with a mysterious femme fatale.
Case was the hottest computer cowboy cruising the information superhighway, jacking his consciousness into cyberspace, soaring through tactile lattices of data and logic, rustling encoded ... See full summary »
The study follows the journey of Eric Nelson, a man leading a compartmentalized triple life as a pleasure-seeking rebel, a cutthroat corporate executive, and a nominal Christian. But when ... See full summary »
When they are playing the game to see who gets the house, in the first view of the screen the health bars are full, then a little off each, then a little left of each, and then just before the K.O. they are full. See more »
The following is a true story. The people are actual people. Their names are their actual names. Everything has been thoroughly researched and verified.
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Before the opening line of the movie ("The following is a true story.") the opening credits stress this fact with three title cards: "The events portrayed in this motion picture are true." / "Once again, and it cannot be stressed enough, it is vitally important to understand that every single thing in this movie is true." / "Totally and completely true. Thank you." See more »
Charlie Kauffman has made weird metaphysical angst popular, but this canadian gem makes it hilarious.
Like most weird films the less said about plot the better but let's set the scene, two friends Anthony and Dave have been together since childhood, they can't cope with the world and eventually this means they no longer have to. But that is where even more problems begin.
I loved this film, it made me smile long after the final credits and that is a rare experience with so many mass produced pieces of "nothing" out there.
Don't miss this.
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